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Botox

Relaxes muscles for medical and cosmetic solutions.

What is Botox?

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Botulinum Toxin - otherwise known as BOTOX® is a neurotoxic protein that is commercially used for medical and cosmetic purposes. In the world of Medical Aesthetics Botox is used to minimize and restrict muscle movements that cause wrinkles and lines, by ‘relaxing’ the muscle.

BOTOX BY THE BEAUTOX NURSE

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Treatments Provided

  • Crows feet (smiling lines)

  • Frontalis (horizontal forehead)

  • Patysmal bands

  • Necklace Line

  • Nefertiti lift

  • Glabella lines (frown lines)

  • Gummy smiles

  • Smokers lines/Bleeding lines

  • Bunny lines (bridge of nose)

  • Depressor anguli lines (sad lines)

  • Mentalis (orange peel chin)

  • Brow lift

  • Masseter muscles

  • Hyperhidrosis

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BOTOX FAQ's

how long does botox last?

  • Treatments typically last between 3 - 6 months

  • To maintain desired effects, ‘top-ups’ are suggested, it is not a ‘one time fix’

does botox hurt?

  • The treatment is extremely fast and the needles are very small

  • It is very rare that a patient will need to use numbing cream or have a local anesthetic administered

  • Many patients have even commented that they “barely felt anything”

how long does botox take to work?

  • Results begin to show immediately

  • Maximum results appear 4 to 14 days post treatment

can you get botox while pregnant?

  • There is no firm research that supports the safety or harm to have Botox done while pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • The FDA suggests considering the spread of the toxin from the point of injection which can lead to botulism, this condition can be threatening; it is best to discuss with your health care professional before receiving any Botox treatment.

what does botox do?

  • Botox is extremely helpful in slowing down the aging process.

  • It reduces signs of wrinkles.

  • It can treat certain medical conditions such as excessive sweating, tension migraines, and TMJ pain

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